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Facebook recently suspended Cambridge Analytica for improperly sharing the information and failing to destroy it after concerns arose in 2015.
Casinos are banned in the state, but the Pamunkey are pursuing a $700 million resort and gambling development after the tribe recently won federal recognition.
The likely number is much more than what Facebook revealed Friday night
The analytics firm was asked to turn over documents to special counsel Robert S. Mueller III in December.
The seesawing is a lens on investor psychology.
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It's the first case of its kind by the agency as regulators grapple with the popularity of virtual currencies.
Ocean Spray wants the government to back its claim that cranberries prevent urinary tract infections. Researchers say there's little evidence.
Trump bragged about Saudi deals. They did not materialize. Now the ambitious heir to the throne is arriving to meet with investors.
After a private-equity takeover, the retailer devoted precious resources to paying off $5 billion.
The owners of a discount market, a Chinese takeout restaurant and a liquor store say the city is violating its own charter.
What the failure of Toys 'R Us tells us about America's demographic destiny.
He's better known on Wall Street as David Solomon.
The president still has not selected a top science and tech adviser, leaving vacant a post that is supposed to aid the administration on artificial intelligence, climate change and other key matters.
The new page does not directly address the issue of how long kids spend on screens.
The industry added more than 10 billion watts of capacity in 2017 and is expected to hit 15 billion annually by 2023.
The 30-year fixed-rate average slipped to 4.44 percent with an average 0.5 point.
Constructing unsold homes can have risks and rewards for both developers and buyers.
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